In this week’s Big 12 recruiting storylines we take a look at a big weekend ahead for Oklahoma and West Virginia, the successful weekend that was for the Longhorns, TCU targeting another state and much more.
As summer wraps up and Oklahoma turns its focus to the 2013 season, we've learned plenty from the Sooners during the summer recruiting cycle. OU has 11 commitments, including four ESPN 300 prospects, yet there continues to be concern among Sooner Nation about the state of recruiting in Norman, Okla.
When it came to summer camps, the plan was simple for Class of 2015 offensive lineman Jalin Barnett (Lawton, Okla./Lawton).He wasn’t going to go to any of them.
One Evans is nice. Two are even better. Class of 2014 three-star linebacker Tay Evans (Allen, Texas/Allen) committed to Oklahoma last week on an unofficial visit.
In the fifth round of the all-time Oklahoma Sooners team draft earlier this week, OU legend Joe Washington selected offensive guard Greg Roberts.Roberts, who starred for the Sooners from 1975-78, was the first guard chosen.
Oklahoma City Casady guard Joshua Wariboko made his strong interest in Oklahoma known when he spent two days at the Sooners summer camp in early June. The Sooners reciprocated the interest, offering the 2015 prospect just days after the camp concluded.
Joshua Wariboko (Oklahoma City/Casady) stepped onto the campus of the University of Oklahoma with one goal in mind -- to show the Sooners he meant business.
NORMAN, Okla. -- It’s a no-win scenario that college coaches are finding themselves facing more and more in recent years. Scholarship offers are going out earlier than ever, forcing coaches to make decisions on who they’re going to offer with much less information than they have had in the past.
NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma’s summer camp is always a time when quality prospects solidify their reputations, newcomers emerge and future standouts start making waves with superb performances in front of the Sooners’ coaching staff.
The plan was for Class of 2015 offensive lineman Josh Wariboko (Oklahoma City/Casady) to camp at Oklahoma for all three days.After a stellar first two days, he didn’t really need to come back for a third.
NORMAN, Okla. -- Some big-time prospects were unable to attend Oklahoma’s camp but that didn’t mean recruits didn’t turn heads and deliver top performances.
NORMAN, Okla. -- Every year, multiple prospects from the same high school flock to Oklahoma’s camp. Usually about one or two are highly regarded and stand out.